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  • If bumper stickers reflected the way people really think If bumper stickers reflected the way people really think
    They won't admit it in person, but most guys think war is fun to watch on TV. That's why wars are packaged as entertainment.
  • InsideOut: Chapter 3 ~ Changes InsideOut: Chapter 3 ~ Changes
    by Jack Rossi | I couldn’t rationalize how my relationship with my environment had deteriorated so rapidly and severely. I literally felt like an alien abandoned on a very hostile planet.
  • Life as art: healing from CFS, FMS, and MCS Life as art: healing from CFS, FMS, and MCS
    How does one go from twelve years in a wheelchair and mostly bedridden to walking, world traveling, working, and riding a bike?
  • InsideOut: Chapter 2 ~ Evolution of an Illness InsideOut: Chapter 2 ~ Evolution of an Illness
    by Jack Rossi | ...within five minutes I felt completely under the spell of this fragrance. My eyes felt irritated. I was light-headed. I felt my heart palpitating and my focus and attention became a quivering mass of jell-o.
  • Billy the Exterminator - hot, hip, and humane Billy the Exterminator – hot, hip, and humane
    A&E's reality show follows the zaniest pest removal company on the planet as they trap and release a wide range of animals throughout the swamplands of Louisiana.
  • InsideOut: Chapter 1 ~ The Wonder Years InsideOut: Chapter 1 ~ The Wonder Years
    by Jack Rossi | Instead of putting a little gasoline on a rag then spot cleaning my hands, I would pour a couple tablespoons of the liquid into my palm and scrub my hands together to wash the paint off.
  • InsideOut: Introduction InsideOut: Introduction
    Jack Rossi's memoir of his experience with MCS, being forced outdoors and his insight into the Vermont landscape, health and healing and the fragile planet we inhabit.
  • America today: six threats to our future America today: six threats to our future
    America offers a lot to be thankful for, but there are also some serious problems that are eroding the very things that make America great.
  • Common Scents: Adventures with Autism and Chemical Sensitivity Common Scents: Adventures with Autism and Chemical Sensitivity
    What happens when a 22 year old with both autism and chemical sensitivity leaves college and tries to make her way in the world? This is Kate's story.
  • Why you've never heard the whole truth about Vitamin D Why you’ve never heard the whole truth about Vitamin D
    There is an epidemic of vitamin D deficiency sweeping across our modern world so serious that it makes the H1N1 swine flu epidemic look like a case of the sniffles by comparison.
  • Pharmaceutical pinball Pharmaceutical pinball
    There's a pervasive (but false) idea in western medicine that the more pharmaceuticals you take, the healthier you'll get.
  • The BP plan for offshore rig riches The BP plan for offshore rig riches
    We cannot live without life in the oceans. Man is arrogant to drill so deeply into the belly of Mother Earth, and through this arrogance, we may have just set in motion events that will ultimately destroy us.
  • The Sick Care Economy The Sick Care Economy
    Originally published on Natural News in 2006, when it seemed almost outlandish to suppose that virtually an entire economy could be run on junk foods, sickness, disease and health care.
  • What the Drug Companies Really Want What the Drug Companies Really Want
    Ever wonder how the drug companies REALLY want to sell pharmaceuticals? Here's the answer: Through vending machines! Bypass the doctors, advertise drugs directly to consumers, and...
  • Age of Synthetic Chemicals Age of Synthetic Chemicals
    At some point in the far future, geologists will study the sediment layers of our planet and discover an extremely toxic layer of pollution and chemicals starting at around the year 1920 and steadily...
  • All Natural Foods All Natural Foods
    Factory food manufacturers have figured out that slapping an "all natural" claim onto their processed, chemically-altered food products results in increased sales. Consumers, it seems, are...
  • When Doctors Have Nightmares When Doctors Have Nightmares
    Ever wonder what doctors have nightmares about? Perhaps it's about giant bottles of vitamins stealing their patients! Vitamins, you see, help keep people healthy and prevent disease, and that...
  • Fishing Fishing
    I don't keep what I catch. I just stick a barbed hook in its face, yank it gasping from the water, rip the hook out, & then throw it back in, leaving it to wonder what kind of...
  • I Had a Feeling! I Had a Feeling!
    I had a feeling it would be dangerous to give apes that much intelligence.
  • One Thing I'd Change About My Chemical Sensitivity One Thing I’d Change About My Chemical Sensitivity
    What's one thing you'd change about your chemical sensitivity? We posed this question to our members and the video responses are beginning to come in.
  • Shameless: The ART of Disability Shameless: The ART of Disability
    Bonnie Sherr Klein's film presents a funny and intimate portrait of five surprising individuals with diverse disabilities. Watch the film and then join our live chat to discuss disability, art, and creativity.
  • Conflict of Interest Conflict of Interest
    Of all the cartoons we've ever done on the FDA, this is the one that people seem to like the best. It addresses the issue of FDA conflicts of interest. The Food and Drug Administration...
  • Heavy Metals Heavy Metals
    The heavy metals contamination of ocean fish is so bad that even the FDA warns expectant mothers to avoid eating fish. In this comic, I imagined the heavy metal content...
  • How to Buy Organic Apples How to Buy Organic Apples
    These days, it seems increasingly difficult to know what to shop for at the grocery store. Is organic always better than conventional? What if it's an "organic" product that's been flown...
  • Chemborg<sup>2</sup> Chemborg2
    Christine Weeber's first poetry chapbook, Sastrugi, speaks to living at 9,000 feet in the Rocky Mountains, as well as dealing with environmental illness and her mom's journey through cancer.
  • Lab Cure Lab Cure
    Hey Einstein! How about working on a cure for insensitivity to other species?
  • 30 Days: Off the Grid 30 Days: Off the Grid
    What would happen if you took two people who worked in the nightlife scene of New York City and with no warning whisked them off to Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage? Find out now.
  • Pharmaceutical Terrorism Pharmaceutical Terrorism
    Pharmaceuticals are now being consumed and flushed down the toilet in such huge quantities that they've become a threat to the environment. The synthetic chemicals that make up modern medicines end up in the...
  • Earthlings Earthlings
    EARTHLINGS is an award-winning documentary film about the suffering of animals for food, fashion, pets, entertainment and medical research, and is is nicknamed “the Vegan maker” for its sensitive footage.
  • We, Tuskegee? We, Tuskegee?
    Severe ME/CFS/MCS patient Peggy Munson was hospitalized, near death, after the Ice Storm of December 11, 2008 and ensuing 3-day power outage. She remembers today, one year later.
  • Magical Solution Magical Solution
    How about you spend LESS time studying how MY generation destroyed the environment and MORE time figuring out a magical solution?
  • Many 'Cides of Modern Food Production Many ‘Cides of Modern Food Production
    When it comes to modern food production, there are many "cides" to the story. You can't even talk about food production without hearing lots of different "cides" such as pesticides, fungicides,...
  • Mental Treatment Mental Treatment
    This is, without a doubt, one of the darker comics in the CounterThink collection. But it's also very important to cover. The history of Big Pharma is traced right back to Nazi Germany, where...
  • Golditox: A Fractured Fairy Tale for the Challenged Golditox: A Fractured Fairy Tale for the Challenged
    by Susan M. Silver | The tale of Golditox, a golden gifted girl who finds new meaning in life through her journey with environmental illness.
  • Salmonella Sandwich Salmonella Sandwich
    I'll have the cruelly-tortured-for-its-entire-life-kept-alive-with-drugs-slaughtered-inhumanely-processed-unsanitarily-and-cooked-at-very-high-temperatures-to-kill-the-salmonella-sandwich.
  • The Food Terrorists The Food Terrorists
    When it comes to harming Americans, all the terrorists in the world haven't even come close to the destructive accomplishments of food corporations. Through the use of known cancer-causing additives...
  • Toxic Perfume Lady Toxic Perfume Lady
    Fragrance chemicals are found in laundry detergent, dryer sheets, shampoo, skin creams, perfumes and hundreds of other household products. And guess what? Most of these ...
  • Is this the species? Is this the species?
    Human beings go on trial for crimes against the Earth.
  • Siamese Twins: Psychiatry & Big Pharma Siamese Twins: Psychiatry & Big Pharma
    This comic is just another way to further describe the Big Pharma / psychiatry relationship, using a familiar medical anomaly. Siamese Twins are often joined at the hip, just like drug companies and modern psychiatry.
  • What Doctors Are Really Thinking What Doctors Are Really Thinking
    You ever wonder what doctors are really thinking when they're diagnosing disease? It's rare for a doctor to admit, "I don't know." More often that not, it seems, they just make up ...

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